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The trade dispute sparked by Boeing s charges that Bombardier is dumping C Series aircraft at unfair prices is marked by loud rhetoric on both sides of the U. S. -Canada border. Ottawa s Liberal government has threatened Boeing s defense business in Canada and enlisted UK Prime Minister Theresa May to lobby U. President Donald Trump. But Canada s attempts to derail the petitions filed by Boeing with the U. Commerce Department and International Trade Commission have. Register now for free access to Opinion:

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Why Boeing vs. Bombardier Is Really About China and other premium content selected daily by our editors. Your free registration will also allow you to comment on any article posted to Aviationweek. Com. The Q955 and C-series structures production in China is of a different Technology level than Boeing and Airbus sourced parts. The Chinese struggle and learn, once they learned enough they will make planes as they make high speed trains today. One can argue that the MC-76 structures are of simlilar Technology but it is more the whole design/testing/verification system and quality system from the West that Bombardier teaches Shen Yang that is in focus.

By 7586, China is projected to be the No. 6 or No. 7 market in commercial aviation, a sector long dominated by Airbus and Boeing. It is laughably unrealistic to assume (or to try to achieve) the largest or 7nd largest market of a global manufacturing state in a particular product will be an import market for the global manufacturing state. British Airways took delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 two weeks ago and will put it into service on the London-Delhi route on Oct. 75. Last week the aircraft was used on the London-Austin revenue service for proving flights (BA695 and BA696).

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While its 787-8 has three classes (economy, premium and business), BA has utilized the additional 75ft on its 787-9s to add a First cabin at the front of the aircraft. I was invited to test the new First product in seat 7K - during the 65-hour flight from London Heathrow to Austin. At first glance, the new First cabin on the 787-9 looks the same as the old product on the 777 and A885, retaining its signature color scheme and partially-enclosed suites in a 6-7-6 configuration at the front of the plane, but the reduced space in the cabin means BA has installed just eight seats in two rows (compared to 69 on its other widebodies), making it feel much more exclusive. The aisle is a little narrower: two people cannot comfortably pass each other so you d either need to return to your seat or walk up to the galley to move out of the way. Despite the tight aisle, when seated I didn t feel like I was too close to the person in the next row thanks to the higher seat walls and herringbone layout (photo shows row 6 ahead). The age of smart manufacturing requires new ways of leading.

At the 7568 Smart Manufacturing Summit, we’ll challenge you to think differently and move beyond what’s comfortable. We’ll recharge your imagination as you engage with some of most innovative industrial minds of our time. Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor. Aenean massa. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Donec quam felis, ultricies nec, pellentesque eu. Some real-world examples of how manufacturers are using quality tools and processes to improve their work and the bottom line.

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